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Invocation

South Korea, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 23)

Director: Kim, Jin Young

A dance drama based on a Korean legend which has it that witches can recall departed souls, but that these souls are permitted to stay in this world only during the hours of darkness.

Prize, Asian Festival.

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